|Presentation Title: ||Performance Does Not Happen by Acccident: Database Performance for Developers|
|Speaker: ||Mr Lasse Jenssen |
|Presentation abstract: ||This presentation tries to make you think clearly about performance. What is performance? How do you (as an developer) achieve performance towards the database?|
Who could assist in your performance work - if not the DBA? And how? Learn how Oracle End-to-end metrics could make a performance bridge between the developer and the database, the application and the database, and the developer and the DBA. The presentation will show why and how to implement the Oracle End-to-end metrics into your Java application.
|Presentation begins: ||09/12/2014 17:30|
|Presentation duration: ||50 |
|Presentation content level: ||2 (1 = indepth, 5 = strategic overview)|
|Audience experience: ||All Experience Levels|
|Audience function: ||Customer/Senior Manager, Oracle, Product Expert, Product User|
|Speaker biography: ||
I'm a Java developer and Oracle expert, focusing on relational database performance. The last 15 years I've worked with Oracle performance towards - for instance - electric power vendors, insurance, communication and banking companies, both in new and existing projects. Very often I'm hired to clean up after several attempts of solving performance issues.
Former presenter at JavaZone (2013) and other events such as Oracle User Groups and webinars. The speaker has also been leading classroom courses through Oracle University, and different colleges ("Høgskolen i Hedmark" and "Høgskolen i Sør Trøndelag").|
|Related topics: ||Development: Development Practices/Tips, Development: Java, Development: Performance|